Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Red Hot by Ann B Harrison + Featured Feebie

Red Hot
To ward off his sexual frustration, Red Gallagher rides his motorbike up the coastal highway pushing the limits of speed and endurance.
When he crashes at the front door of local witch, Rhian Gallagher, she takes it as a sign the Fates have listened to her plea to end the man drought in her life. Determined to take the shy scientist under her wing and into her bed as soon as possible, Rhian patches him up after his accident.
Will the explosive sex between them be enough to convince Red his scientific view of the world can be reconciled with Rhian’s witchcraft?

My Rating:5/5

Definitely a HOT book! Not just a string of bed scenes, Red Hot is both a sweetly emotional and sizzling hot.

Red was the definition of hot nerd. He's a research scientist and very absorbed in his work. He hasn't had too much luck with the ladies, so he's a bit insecure-in a really adorable way. He was very sweet and definitely attractive. Despite the short length of the book, both Red and Rhian are fairly developed.

Speaking of Rhian, she was a delight. This woman was so hilarious. First with her man drought, then with her planning of how to get Red into bed. She had me laughing out loud. Obviously, I really liked her. 

These two were VERY hot together, but they were also a sweet couple. Definitely a pair you can cheer for.

The pace of the book was quick, the story kept me hook, and the ending was lovely.

Red Hot, was a wonderful romance novella that is sure to be a hit. Romance lovers, give this one a try.

*I received a free copy in exchange for an honest review

Featured Freebie:
Today, I have a romance novella that I really like: To Tame a Dragon by Megan Bryce. Go forth and get it for free!
To Tame A Dragon (The Reluctant Bride Collection)Lady Amelia Delaney is known for her sharp tongue, no-nonsense attitude, and sizable fortune. Numerous suitors have tried to win her hand-- for the money, for the challenge, and for a rather unfortunate bet. She knows the unflattering reasons behind her numerous proposals; can she ever accept that a man would want to marry her just for herself?

Jameson Pendrake is a devil-may-care dandy who cares for naught but fun and fashion. But behind his laughing green eyes lies a dark history, and he calls off his wedding because of his fear of repeating the past. He can not simply give up on the idea of marriage; a wife is the best defense against the yearly crop of scheming mothers and their frilly daughters. But to allay his fears he needs a woman strong enough to laugh in the face of his past. A woman unflappable, unwavering, and unbroken. He knows just the woman. The trick, it seems, is in getting her to accept.

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